Written by Shemika Mitchell George on Monday, 18 July 2011 05:03
Beyonce on Access Hollywood
Beyonce on Access Hollywood Beyonce sat down with "Access Hollywood" and talked about future plans of having children before she turns 40, the infamous wedding from her video "Best Thing I never had", the strange feeling she had walking down the isle to a stranger, and the Baracci dress that made her mom say "Aww"!!!!
Read a few clips from her interview
On things she wants to accomplish before the age of 40 Before I hit the age of 40, I’d love to have some children. I would love to direct, continue to learn videos and maybe by then a film, short film or documentary. I love documentaries. I just hope that I’m happy and into my children, well adjusted and still making music if that makes me happy at that time.
On the wedding in her latest video “Best Thing I Never Had”
It was a little strange and when I walked down the aisle I was like “This is kind of creepy. It’s some other man standing here.” It was really beautiful and people were all really excited like it was really my wedding. My mother was even like “Aww.” I’m like “Mom, it’s a video this is not my dress, this is not the real wedding but I think it’s just one of those moments that every woman kind of fantasizes and relives.
On the wedding dress in the video It was an amazing Baracci dress that I saw in a window maybe a year ago and I was at the Grammy’s. It was just like a beautiful fantasy; we called and they still had the dress. The tiara was Lorraine Schwartz, it was actually a necklace she turned into that crazy crown. I felt like a queen.p>
The NBC show has its series premiere on July 19th at 08:00 p.m. See new clips including interviews with Cedric “The Entertainer," and Appraiser Stuart Whitehurst as well as several behind-the-scenes looks.
Created and executive-produced by Lara Spencer and Roy Bank. Also serving as executive producers are Cedric “The Entertainer," John Stevens and Ron Ward.
It’s Worth What? is a game show that taps into America’s love for cost and value, such as hidden gems found in one's attic. Through set imagery and a never-ending flow of collectibles, antiques and near priceless treasures, America is brought into a world with seemingly endless doors behind which are various objects ranging from a life-size replica of the White House to William Shatner's kidney stone that was auctioned off for charity. A pair of contestants is taken through a series of challenges that escalate in level of difficulty, tasking the contestants with discerning the price of the items in each round. If they successfully complete the challenges, contestants can win up to $1 million.
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CSI casts Ted Danson as Laurence Fishburne replacement. The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that the former star of Cheers is the new team leader. The show has seen a ratings drop since original star William Petersen left back in December, 2008 so producers was looking for a change! REALLY? I mean REALLY though? Producers decided huh-yeah right? I don't believe this for one second!! Ted Danson is HARDLY a replacement for Fishburne honey!!! Out of all the people to replace, you pick Laurence...he probably left!! YUUP Im sure he quit!! However, If this is WERE true... I would kindly invite the producer to a round chair and say darling, YOU ARE FIRED!! (Donald Trump Voice) Get the EF outta here!!
Everybody know you dont replace Furious Styles(Inside Joke) LOL!!
Emmy and Golden Globe-winning Danson will play the new CSI supervisor for the grave shift, after being the ead of the Portland crime lab. He joins the team as they still struggle with a professional and personal fallout from last season’s take-down of Nate Haskell (Bill Irwin), a serial killer.